NDK NYE (New Year’s Eve) is held at the Renaissance Denver Hotel, just off I-70 and Quebec. The 3.5-star hotel features free wireless Internet in the lobby, free parking, three restaurants, 24 hour room service, an extensive plug-in panel for game consoles, laptops, etc. inside each room, as well as a free shuttle for DIA and nearby shopping areas (Quebec Square and Northfield Stapleton).
3801 Quebec Street
Denver, Colorado 80207
Phone number to make reservations: 1-800-468-3571
Do not call the hotel’s local number. If you do, your room reservation is not guaranteed.
How to Make Reservations
To make reservations for NDK NYE, please call 1-800-468-3571 and say you are with “NDK NYE” or “Nan Desu Kan” to get the room rate. If you don’t say that, you won’t get our rate!
Hotel rate: $91/up to four people
About the Shuttle
The Renaissance has a shuttle available exclusively for hotel guests. It seats 13 and is available first-come, first-served. Reservations can be made at the front desk.
Please remember there will be a high demand for the shuttle and make plans accordingly.
About the Renaissance
The Renaissance Denver Hotel, the closest hotel to Denver Airport with a free airport shuttle, is conveniently located off I-70, midway between Denver International Airport (DIA) and Downtown Denver. Centered in the Stapleton redevelopment area, our luxury, pet-friendly hotel is in near the Shops at Northfields, Quebec Square Retail Center and Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, the crown jewels of the Stapleton CO area. As a proud sponsor of DSG Park, the Renaissance Denver is the “official home of the Colorado Rapids” and located within minutes from the fields. Our Denver meetings hotel offers 400 rooms with balconies and rich views. Our state of the art conference center is IACC certified and features over 30,000 square feet of banquet and meeting space to serve any sized event. We are convenient to a number of important attractions, landmarks, and popular areas of interest including the Bass Pro Shop, Colorado Convention Center, Coors Field, Larimer Square, the Denver Zoo, and the Museum of Nature and Science.